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Vko les.; enowned than
war," said ly'ilton, and now,
in the Spring, is 'he time
to get a peacefut victory
over the impurities which
have been accumulating in
the blood during Winter's
hearty eating. The ban
ner of peace is borne alofi
by Hood's Sarsaparitlay'
It brings rest and comfort to the weary
body racked by pains of all s;s and kinds.
Its bene:lcial effect; pro' .c to be the
rent speciie to be reli1l yi,on for victory.
RoOdI's nerer dC.iapo,"
S-tt Rheun--M mother wns serious
t ah:ct-"d with aaitWhe :n and paiuful run
a sres. No .liciun h'"lped her u1ntil
is Sar apM -. was u-ed, which made
her entirely 1." Esst; E. MAPLEsTO.E.
05 Dearhorn.-:eet. C'hicat. 11.
T;r't feeling-1 had that tired. dull
feeling - usp.-s::i, head-u"s and snking
sp- Us -Lt Hood's Sarss ari!a made me a
ne" nl. I neve^r v.a betler than now.
o M. cs, osaloosa. iw.
floods Pills cure I,t if~!s" ancu:rr.tdin?r :and
the only cathart.:. to ak." :t h ood" $arsaparIlia.
-"eeymour, the actor, was locally
no w u as 'Chots::." br iause on one
occasio, n pl1 :ayin Otilello at the
Limerick The:tre. lie, in tlle well
known passage. "ExcedenlIt wNrettch:
Perdition catcli U V soil, ilut I do l ve
thee, and wii.n I love the t nt, chaos
is come agai." ronounced the won
"chaos" as if written c'coe." S-y
imour hated the nickname'. :uui js re
corded of him when one night lie was
playing Otl.ello in the dying sce:e a
voice from the house roared out.
"That's blessed good. Chouse"' Then
the audience ritue.sed a singular
spectacle. Otheilo sat bolt upright,
shook his fist in the direction of the
disturber, and in a voice of rage in
cited him. if he were a man. to come
down and have his head punel;d.
There being no answer to his chal
lenge, the hapless Moor solemnly turn
ed over and p1roceeded to die. to an
obligato of t itters from the entire
Three German cities possess electric rail
ways. So. 1?.
AN OPERATION AVOIDED.
Mrs. Rosa Gaum Writes to Mrs.
Pinklam About it. She Says:
)EARt MIns. PIXlH.D:--I take pleas
lire in wr-iting~ you a few lines to in
form you of the good your Vegetab'te
Compound has done me. I cannot
thank y-ou snough for what your medi
ine has done for im; it has, indecd,
helped me wonderfuilly
For year; I was tr-ou
ing worse, un
til at last I '
to consult with
nothing could .'V
be done for
me but to go under :-operation.
In speaking with a friend of ine
-abcut it, she recommended Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, say
ing he knew it would cure me. I then
sent fo your medicine, and af ter tak
ing three bottles of it, the tumor dis-.
appeared. Oh! you do not know h-ow
much good your maedicine has done
me. I shall recomnnend it to all suffer
ing women.-Mrs. RlosA GAUM, 720
Wall St., Los Angeles, Cal.
The great and unvarylng success of
Lydia E. Pinlhham-s Vegetable Com
pound irreliving every derangement
of the femaTe organs, demonstrates
it to be the moderna safeguard of wo
man's happiness and bodily strewgth.
More than a million women have been
benefited by it.
Every woman who needs advice
about her health is invited to write to
Mrs. Pinkham. at Lynn, Mass.
A ev, n "Thrilling Stories
of the Spanish American War
by Rtre eos"""a?2
D. E. L.UTh1ER PUB. CO., Atlanta, Ga.
6 CF/S2BBY& aeon
Frank B. Trout, of ::oj Griswold
.) age of fou:teen we had to take ouri
+ halth. she weighed only gopogd
said she had an-emia. Finally we .
Pale People. when she had taken
leave her bed, and in less than si:
-~ To-day she is entirely cured. anrd is
On TIis Occasion lie Felt lie Was Fortified
by a Circumstance.
"U, you don't mind my entioniug
t r-imarked the cheerf.ul passenger
who was holding on to/a strap. as be
leanel down to speaato a young man
seated near the ea sto:e. "you have a
very icmarkabl mustache."
"Hey W' t's that," growled the
young il. - ooking at him sidewise.
"I say ou have a remarkable mus
"",.tist let it alone, will you'"
/Yes. I'll Ict it alone. I'm not a bar
ber, you know. Still, there can't be
any harm in telling a man, when he's
got a mustache like yours, that it's
something worth while looking at.
You'll pardon me for calling your at
tention to the fact that it grows
straight out from your lip for about
an Inch, at a right angle, and then
most of the hairs turn directly up,
while the others turn directly down.
That shows it's natural. It couldn't
be waxed so as to stand out that way.
It's like the long arm of the letter F".
A man couldn't train it in that shape
in a million years. I don't suppose,
now, you ever took two looking glass
es and stood so as to get a side view of
that mustache, did youy'
'None of your business." responded
the young man. "I'll thank you to at
tend to your own affairs, if you have
any, and let mine alone."
"JvCt so," placidly repiled the other.
"Some people like to have their pecul
iarities pointed out to them and some
don't. It's all in th way you look at
it. You are not asking ny advice, of
course, but if I were in your place I
should trim that thicket, that chap
aral,'that .:heval-de-frise, as we would
bay in French, close to the lip. and
then it wouldn't attract general atten
tion. Most men, I dare say, look bet
ter with a mustache, but that's prob
ably bec-ause it hides their mouths. In
your case, now, it doesn't hide the
mouth at all. It runs right away from
it. It's out of the question to"
"Say, if you don't want to get your
head punched. you shut up: You've
got more blamed gall than any man I
ever saw. Mind your own business."
"Certainly, certainly. That's all the
thanks a man ever gets for trying to
be an altruist in his own way. I re
member I once called a fellow's at
tention to a wig he was wearing. I
told him it was all right, considered as
a wig, but he didn't think it fooled
anybody. It was so palpably a wig
that it gave itself away as soon as you
looked at it. I could see that he
thought it was a perfect imitation of
the natural hair, but it wasn't, and
somebody oughl' to tell him it wasn't.
That was the position I took. lHe got
angry, just as you're doing. bat I
didn't mind that. I'm always getting
peopile down on me when i'm trying to
do them a favor, -just in that way, and
I suppose i always will be'. I don't let
it bother me as much as I used to.
Still, .young man, I wouM adv'ise yout
not to go punching heads.''
"Why not, sir?' demanded the owu
er of the bristling mustache belliger
ently. "WXhat would you do'"
"Nothing. B~ut some of these women
who are standing up might slip into
Then the man who wa s tr'ying to
benefit his fellow man straightened up
grasped the strap still more firmly,
ani, during the remainder of the ride,
said nothing. and merely looked pleas
antly at the young man. or raher
through him. without seeir-g his'
flow to Raise Lettuce.
Lettuce growvers who have held that
sandy soils were the only suitab)le me
ium for forcing this salad crep will
be surprised at results reached in ex'
por;iments at time New York agricul
tural experim3ent station. Geneva. In
tests continueid thr'ough four crops of
ed lettuce grown in the forcing
house upon soils of different textur'e
it was found thatt the best iresths were
secured from a soil of i-at her compact
uture (a clay loam basis) which
:ontaned a good proportion of line
sand, clay and silt and was moderate
y lightened with fairzy well rotted
In fertilizer te.sts carried on at the
same time. the same factor, texture of
the soil, exerted more of an influence
than dlid the source of the plant food.
1'hat is, upon sandy loam soils the
:omerial fertilizer plats did better
than the stable manur-e p)lats, wb"~:e
* pon the clay loam plats the lighten
ng of the soil by the stable manure
-ave bectter' results than the manur-ed
lats than upiia those treated with
hemicals. Little gain camne from
s of bo0th manure and chemicals.
'ith one good supply of plant food
is a waste to supplemnent it with an
wy Girl Can Tellt
A physiCian wrho makes the
and is honest about it can/
you that, in many cases,the
er of Ted corpuscles in the
i. is doubled afteT a course'
-eatment w-ith Dr. Wiilliams' .j
Pills for Poale People-.
Tht this means good blood
not be enti'rely c lear VTom
d.octrs5 statement, but aniy* )
iho has tried the pills Can.tel1
that it means Ted. lips, bTight
good appetite. absence of
jache, and that it tT8tnS- -3
is the pate and sanlow~ girT
a maiden who dlow~s with
beauty which pei'fect health
Mothers whose dtaughteT6
r debilitated as they pass
Sgiilhoodl inlto womanhood
lO. not neglect the pill bestV
ted. fo' this partiuar idL
A-e., Detroit, Mch., says: "At the
a-.ghtr from school on account of Bit
was pale anjd sai!ow a d the doctors,
a-e her Dr. Williams' i ak Pills for
two oxes she was strong cnou.gh to
:months was something like hersel f.
a big strong, healthy girl weighixng
d day sice."D i Eenng.t..
1w' Pmis~ for Pale People are
a Iy -
GOOD ROADS NOTES, I
State Aid For Good Roads.
The progress ma'e in the develop
ment of good rural highways by thos,
States that have adopted what is knowi
as the "State aid" system furnishe
abundant evidence that the systen
embodies the only plan that will pro
vide a State with country roads tha
are of any permanent lue to the agri
It has taken an endless amount o
agitation and education to convince th,
farmers that old methods of road
building must be abandoned. WhilE
admitting the need of better highways
the average farmer has always resentei
any atempts to impress upon him hi
obligations to the State at large in thi
matter of supporting practical scheme:
for road construction. He has alwayi
regarded road building as his owi
affair. to be carried on according t<
his individual whims and convenience
As a rule he has subordinated the mat
ter of highways to other work on thi
farm, unmindful of the fact that im
proved roads add immeasurably to thi
value of his land and its products.
That the State aid system has solved
the problem of country roads improve
ment to the farmers' satisfaction i
shown by Otto Dorner, chairman o
the national committee for highway im
provement of the League of Americal
Wheelmen, in an article in the Forum
This system has been adopted in vari
ous for_., by New Jersey, Pennsyl
vania, Connecticut, Rhode Island,
New York and Massachusetts, whili
in many northwestern States, notabli
Wisconsin and Minnesota, constitu:
tional obstacles to State aid have re
cently been removed. The systen
divides the cost of road improvemen
between the State, the county and th
owners of abutting property. Improve
meats are made only upon a petitiot
from' the o.-ners of abutting property,
stating the character of the improve
ments to be made and consenting to ar
assessment of their property to cove,
one-tenth of the cost. When the im
provements are completed the Statc
pays to the county one-third the cost
the county paying the remainder oui
of its treasury.
The system properly leaves the ini
tiative in the hands of the farmer, ani
relieves hini of the largest part of the
cost. As the success of the systen
ha: been amply demonstrated it wouli
seem that Illinois cannot afford to las
very far behind the procession of
States that are certain to adopt it iv
the near future..-Chicago Timea.
Our Great National Enemy.
Mud is the greatest enemy this na
tion has to contend with. Tho alleged
wrongs inflicted upon the Cubans and
Filipinos, by Spain, are as nothing tc
the want, squalor, ignorance and dis
tress occasioned by' mud in this, ouw
own fair land.
Mud impoverishes our farms, de
stroys business, breeds disease, fos
ters isolation and ignorance, and
thereby increases crime.
Mud costs this country more money
every year than it would have re
quired to purchase Cuba peacefully.
The most humane, Christianizing,
civilizing "expansion policy" this na
tion could inaugurate would be one
for expanding the good roads from one
end of the country to the other.
Mud has imprisoned and enslaved
thousands of families in our own
proud domain. "Freedom" to them
is but a dream. They are bound and
shackled-by mud. They are not per
mitted to enjoy the privileges of a jail
"trusty." They cannot go to the
neighbors and the neighbors cannot
come to them. The postman cannol
convey to them the daily papers and
other great voices of the living world.
They cannot con verse with their fel
lowmen. Their ears and their month!
arc bestopped w:ith mud.
Millions for war, but not for peace,
External expansion, internal decay.
The mnost up-to-date warships; the
most out-of-date mud roadAs. Every
thing~ for the heathen; most any oh
thi:im for the folks at home.
The legislator who votes million!
for foreign conflicts and opposes ap
propriating a few thousauds for in
ternal improvement, in the way o
bettering the highways, is a man wh(
would rather- daub war paint on hi~
face than to receive the grace of Go
in his heart. As has alr-eady been re
marked, "We want good roads."--L.
A. W. Bulletin.
The Crusade in Brief.
Give the[open drain a good fall to
free outlet. Lay tile uinder drain!
Do not leave the gravel or broke>
stone just as it drops from the wagon
sread the metal.
Drain thoroughly. T IKeepithe~rca<
surface dry. Kieep the earth under
neath the surface dry.
Crown the road with a rise of on,
inch to the foot, from side to centre
so as to shed water from the roadwa:
to the drains.
Specify the width of grade, amoun
of crown, plan of drainage, kind
width and depth of material to b
used. and see that these specification|
ar-e carried out.
With the money which can bi
spent, bujild permanent culverts, per
ma-nenit bridges, buy machinery, bu:
gravel pits, prepare gravel for haul
ing, construct drains, operate the ma
Owing to recent rains and sofi
weather, the roads on Long Island
N. Y., have been so bad that cross
Island wood-carters have been able t<
deliver but a half load at a carting
Even that is a double burden for th<
poor horses and scarcely pays for thE
time and trouble.
Some work has been done on pub
lic highways by the convicts of Clin
ton Prison, New York. and by the in
mates of several jails in that State
So far the undei taking has proved
successful, but the experiments havt
been conducted at nearby points. s<
that the convicts could return a
night to their respective prisons.
It is impossible to do satisfactors
work on clay roads which are ver.
wet, or which have become baked ad
hrdened by heat and drought. Th
perator o'f the grading macia:
should have instructions to commen:e
vork on clay rocads as r-oon a; th
ground has become sau1icieutly settle
in spring-and not to leave this wvore
til the gronna is hard an~d dry.
Paul Villars, the correspondent in
ondon of the Paris Figaro, has re
eived the order of the Legion d'Hon
King Humbert of Italy has conferred
he title of duke of Apulia upon the
afant son of the duke and duchess of
Mr. Watts, R. A., who is over 80, is
oing to devote himself to sculpture
>r a time, the subject to be a life
'ze statue of the late poet-laureate,
Mr. Waiter Roper Lawrence, C. I. E.,
ho has been appointed private sec
-tary to the new viceroy of India, is
ne of the most brilliant men who
cer passed into the Indian civil ser
ce. He passed in first and rose from
no high position to another, until in
few years' time he became officiat
-?g secretary to the government of
udia. He gave up his splendid pros
ects in India to become agent-in
:ief to his grace the duke of Bedford,
ith whose consent he is accompany
-g Lord Curzon. The duke, the vice
cy and Mr. Lawrence were all con
emporaries and friends at Baliol.
Sergey Friede, the explorer, who is
uying all the supplies for the build
og of the great Manchurian rail
-oad in China, came to America not
ong ago with orders for more than
-1,000,000 worth of materials to be
iseC in the construction of the rail
-oad. He believes that the United
'tates will supply all the materials
hat will .nter into the construction
f the great railroads that will be
-uilt in Siberia and European Russia.
re afso predicts that San Francisco
-111 be one of the great-ccmmercial de
ots of the world.
A Simnia: Eitrct.
"Which would you rather miss,
-rain or your dinner?" "Well, I don'
.aow, Either would be likely to giv
r a sort of 'wona f-1t;r' "-Tife
"A tape worm eighteen feet long at
least came on t.^ scene after my taking two
CASCARETS. This I am sure has eaused my
bad health for the past three years. I am still
taking Cascarets, the only cathartic worthy of
notice by sensible people. s d
GEO. W. BOWLES, Baird, Mass.
TRADE MARX REGISTERED
Goode erricn WYeaken. or G ri. lc 2e- t- e.
Sierling Itemedy C018panly. rhicago, Montreal, New York'. S13
N0-O.BA b aifaem " lug
COTTON is and will con
tinue to, be 'je money
Scrop of the - uth. The
planter who gets the~ mrost cot
ton from a given area at the
least cost, is the one who makes
the most money. Good culti
vation, suitable rotation and
liberal use of fertilizers con
taining at least 3% actual
will insure the largest yield.
We will send Free, upon application,
pamphlets that will interest every cotton
planter in the South.
GERilAN KALI WORKS,I
. o Nassau St.. New York.
flNEW FLOR ENCE
AND ANY OTHER WAGON,
S HELOWFRENCE has Springs
O udrsand Bolster in l'ront and be
tween the Bolster and Axle behind which
ocreatesalive weight,makes the D)raftligcht
er, saves the Team and prevents 75 per cent.
If your dealer does r.otihandle this Wagon
Qwrite d'reet to
FLORENCE WAGON WORKS,
4 FLORENCE. A LA..
Sand recei full information with Cuts.
1Pri'cs ar.d Te~stimonialb.
S paid ing's -
on Athletic Coods
inlsist upon Spaldinlg's
Handsome Catalogue Frex .
A. G. SPA.LDING & tEROs.,
N ew Yorkc. Chicago. L'enver.
UEWHRALL ELSE FAILS.
Bes Coghsyrp.Tastes Good. Use
l'aper IUath [Robes.
Bath robes made of paper are no~w
manufactured, and their use is beco. -
ing quite a fad. The kind of materi ,1
used resembles blotting paper. ] t
quickly dries, the body, and as the pa
per is a bad heat conductor the much
dreaded cold after the bath can be
avoided. Whole suits are made of this
paper stuff, including coverings for the
head and feet. One advantage of the
fad Is the cheapness of such a gar
ment, making it possible for the poor
est person to own one.
To cnre. er
- 'P ~- NM- Z
An Excellent Combination.
The pleasant method and beneficial
effects of the well known remedy.
SYr,P oF FIGS, manufactured by the
CALIFORNIA FIo SYnur Co.. illustrate
the value of obtaining the liquid laxa
tive principles of plants known to be
medicinally laxative and presenting
them in the form most refreshing to the
taste and acceptable to the system. it
is the one perfect strengthening laxa
tive, cleansing the system effectually,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
gently yet promptly and enabling one
to overcome habitual constipation per
manently. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality and sub
stance, and its acting on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, without weakening
or irritating them, make it the ideal
In the process of manufacturing figs
are used, as they are pleasant to the
taste, but the medicinal qualities of the
remedy are obtained from senna and
other aromatic plants. by a method
known to the CATIroE:1A FIG SRTU
Co. only. In order to get its beneficial
effects and to avoid imitations, please
remember the full name of the Company
printed on the front of every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE, Y. NEW YORE, N. Y.
For sale by all Druggists.--Price 50c. perbottlS
Edison's Plan for Removing Snow.
Edison's latest suggestion is that
snow can be removed from city streets
not by melting machines. but by port
able steam power compressors, which
will scoop up the snow in steel scoop
buckets and squeeze it into cakes 12x
12x12 inches in volune, which will be
practically solid ice. Carts and men
following the compressor can take up
the cakes with tongs as they drop to
the street, says Edison, and a market
can be found for enough snow cubes to
pay the interest on the cost of the
Beauty Is Blood Deey.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it.. Cascarets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all in
purities fr"om thc body. Begin to-day to
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascarcts,-beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, satisfaction guaran teed, 10c, 25c, 50c.
There is a vast differee between
speaking "one to another" and ono
To Cure a Cold in One Dlay.
Take Laxative flrcmo QuIrino Tablets. Anl
I)rugg ists refur.d meney iZ it fat!is to cure. 25c.
It is stated that nine-tenths of the mohair
plush used in tthe United States is manufac
tured at Sanford, 3M.
Don't Tobacco Spit ad Smoke Your Lire Away.
To quit tobacco cas.iy andi forecrr, be mag
netic, full of life., nerre and vigor, talke N~o-To
Bac, the wonder-worker, that makes weak men
strong. All druggists, 50c or SI. Cure guaran
teed. Booklet and sample free. Address
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York
The Cargo of the first ship of the new line
between San Diego. Cal., and 3Manila. con
sisted of whiskey and beer
Educate Your Ilowels Witi Cascarets.
Candy Cathartie, cure con,stipation forever.
10c, 25c. If C. C C. fail, druggists r'efund moneY.
Hereford, End., bricklayers get 15 cents
No-To-Bac far Fifty Cents.
Guarateed tobttec.chabit cure, makes weah
men stror.g, b:od pure. S0c.851. All druggists.
Batltimore, 3Id., is to have a home product
Tro Care Constipation Forover,
'Pske Cascarets Candv Cathartic. IOc or 2.5c.
f C. C. C. fall to cure. dru:sists refund money.
A Texas ranch has an area of 5.000 square
Mr'. Winslow5$octhin-c yru p for ch ildsen
it iing,softentsthe gum's, reducing inflama
ion. allays pain.cures wvi ud colic 2~,c a bot:2.
H. HI. GRhEEN's SONs, of Atlanta. Ga.. are
fne only succ. ssful Uropsy Special:sts in the
world. See their liberal offer in advertise
ment in another column of this pape!r.
I am entir ely cured of hemorrhage of lungs
byPiso's Cure for Consumption.-LoLisa
LISDax , Be thany, 31o.. January 5, 1894.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot reacin.ho
diseased portion t.ft1.he ear. There i:< only oue
way to cure deafness, and thatis by constitu
tioal remedies. Deafness is caused by an in
fit aed condition of the mucous lining of the
Fstachian Trube. n hen this tube gets In
flamed you have a rumbling sound or imper
fet hearing. and when it is entirely closed
Deaness is the result, and unless the inflam
maton can bie taken out and this tube re
stored to Its normal condition, hearing will be
destroyed forever. Nine cases out of ten ari
causd by catarrh, which is nothing bat an
intamied conditionot' the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars f or any
case of Deatfnesa caused by cattrrh) that can
not be eur.:d by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send
for circulars, free.
1. J1. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
H all s F a mti il y P ills atr e th e b e st.
Sprauied his Back and A'nkle. Knok
ced one of Hits Fin,ers out Joint-Usedl
GOO%E,.GREASE L2NlMENT and
was out in (e. daiy. It cures Ei
ery Timie if Tou Will Use It
Right. Use Plentxy of it.
DYSPEPSIA ! M*ha~a t"whi"' t 3
Stomach Tr.ruble,i. No, Frie Fakei. 11one0t ood
gure Deal. One we"-ks treatni.ent. One D)ei!nr. i.y
.1al *ridress N. j. CII.' (o.. FO.\ (iiv!annla,o.
SONEW DIsCo vERY; gires
DROP ;ei:kre'if and cures worst
cie. Bnok of testa,nonialsand 14) dn us' treatment
Free. Dr. H. H. G Rt.5.N'S sotNS. Box D. Atisr.ts. Ga.
25,000 Song Books for Soldiers.
Recognizing the good results that
accrue from soldiers singing when on
the march the minister for war of
England has just ordered 25,000 books
of patriotic and military songs as .an
experiment. These will be distri
buted to the men in infantry regi
ments and classes for singing will be
instituted in the barracks. A similar
experiment, made in France by Gen.
Poillowe of St. Mars, has been at
tended with marked success, the num
ber of stragglers on the march being
reduced by '70 per cent owing to the
A DONKEY IN O1-FICE.
A certain king had a philosophei
upon whose judgment he dependeu.
It happened that one day the king
took it into his head to go htuting.
and after summoning his nobles and
making preparations 11e called hi
Philosopher and asked if it woulu
rain. The philos.pher told him itj
would not; and the king set out.
While journeying along they met.
a countryman mounted upon a don
key. He advised them to return.
"for," said he, "it will certainly rain."
They smiled and passed on. Before
they had gone many miles, however.
they Lad reason to regret not having
taken the advice, as. a heavy showe
coming up, they were drenched to
the skin. When they had returned,
the king reprimanded the philosophel
for telling him it would be clear when
it was not. "I met a count.inan,
and he knows a great deal more than
you do, for he said it would rain,
whereas you said it would not."
The king then disi:i sed the phil
osopher and sent for tho countryman.
He soon appeared.
"Tell inc." said the kin1. "how di(
you know it would rail t'
"I didn't know," said :e ru tic.
"Mv donkey told me .
"And how, pray, i,d be tell you
" By priekin, up his ear::, yeU
Tie king then sent the cCu: tryIan
away . and, ret:'!ii:r th:: ":k r
piat'tl himl in the oldice tli mo
t,Ler hua 1illJ
l .:' y. is n 1.ager 1i cr'culation.
and will not Ite accepted by the go;
euaent after December 31, 1899.
have confidence at .
experiment, buy anyl
you want a cure, yo
[The Sarsaparilla w
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send this e aion .
dv. aF3ng. No.j ,
It is an eas7 matter to claim that a
aremedi y h.- wonderful curative power.
'The manufacturers ot
le3te it to those who have been Derma
nently and positvely Cured cf RaHF
SIMATrsSI to makie claims. A&mong those
Swho have recently written us volunta
are: Rev. J. L. Foster. Raleigh. NJ. C.;
Mir. 3. E. Robinson, Ed itor. Goldeboro,
N . 0. Daily Arguo;Mr.A.Daus,a prom
Dukea railroad man.Kansas Clty,Mo.
Rhleumaeide Will Cure YTou.
Manuhturled b e. OBBITT DRUG CO.
so d by DruiggltsgeneraUy. Price 8lper botti
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Lparillas were known,
years ago, it began
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- of imita
tion of the
able to un
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see Ayer's on
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parilla that is
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